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By Delbert W. Bakeren
Book code: EGWUTRW
Published by Ellen G. White Estate
Citation: Baker, D. W. (1984) Ellen G. White’s Use Of The Term “Race War”, and Related Insights. Ellen G. White Estate.en
Ellen G. White’s Use Of The Term “Race War”, and Related Insights- Contents
- Pre-Summary Statement
- A. Ellen White’s usage of the term “race war” and other similar statements was/is understandable in historical context.
- B. Ellen White’s usage of the term “slavery” was given different connotations and meanings according to the particular context in which it was used.
- C. The prediction concerning “race war” was fulfilled, but like other statements by Ellen White, it has continuing application.
- D. Ellen White saw the race question as being a matter of continual potential sensitivity, and hence there would always be a need for concern and balance in dealing with it.
- E. Slavery, prejudice, and all of their resultant evils were viewed by Ellen White as originating with Satan, and she saw that the only true antidote is acceptance of the Spirit of Christ, and genuine conversion.
- F. History testifies to the validity of Ellen White’s prophetic insight in urging the church to work for the blacks in the South before conditions changed, making work more difficult.